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Do they make a the rear with the stem or do you need to use an adaptor. They list a unique part number for the rear of our trucks and I was wondering if it was simple bolt on or if you had to use the stem eye adaptor. I know some people had to use this method to use them, but I was wondering if they came out with a new unit. Oh yeah here is the link to what I am referring to http://www.bilstein.com/offroad_5100pre.php
 

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it is a stem, not a stem to eye. They basically use the Tundra shock which is a stem. So, yes, they make it....
 

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Thanks. I think I am going to get them because I don't want to have to drill a hole in my frame for the Donahoes. Not to mention I am a little obsessive compulsive in that it would bother me having rear shocks with a resi, but not the front. If anything the front should have and not the rear.
Does anybody have any testimonials as to how the 5100s ride on the street and over abrupt bumps. I am sure they are better than stock, right?
 
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